Crocodile breeding center is located in Kasara, headquater of Chitwan national Park. There you can observe crocodiles (alligators). Chitwan National Park has started the conservation of the reptiles since its number gradually started declining.The reason behind its number decline was poaching. The reptile is less harmful to other creatures and shy. Another reason was the low aviable of food. Therefore Chitwan National Park decided to step forward to conserve the reptile from its initial stage i.e. eggs to full grown adult until it could find its food in the wild. Later the creature is left in its own habitat. You can also find information about the reptile at the information center at the crocodile breeding center.
Bird watching in Chitwan National Park is the most pleasant one. You can see territory of birds which is more than 450 species. Such a large number of birds sometimes make feel to consider it as world of their own. The best way to explore and study the different bird's activities is to walk with a guide along the riverside of Chitwan National park. The expert bird watcher will guide you to view the colourful birds early in the morning and simultaneously you can enjoy sunrise. The varities of common birds you may see around Chitwan National Park is Black Necked Stock, the Lesser Adjutant Stork, the Grey Headed fishing eagle, the Brahimini ducks, the Bengal florican, the gaint hornbill etc. Apart from the resident birds, about 160 migrating and different species arrive in Chitwan in autumn from northern latitudes to spend the winter here, in which among them are the Greater Spotted Eagle, Eastern Imperial Eagle and Pallas's Fish-eagle. Common sightings include Brahminy ducks and goosanders. Large flocks of bar-headed geese just rest for a few days in February.
Elephant bathing in Chitwan National Park is another activity that can be performed. Chitwan National Park also provides the facility of bathing with the animal. The activity can be really fun and provides an opportunity to be close to the nature. In elephant bathing, the guide (mouthe) takes the elephant nearby the riverside and you can enjoy the bath. Just sitting on the back of the elephant, the animal pours water through its trunk towards you. You can sepnt some time bthing with the animal.